Implementation of periodic employee assessment systems into companies is a difficult and complex process. It consists of many mutually–related phases such as design, implementation, utilization, monitoring, and control. The approach to each of these as well as the quality of solutions applied within their framework determines the success or failure of the entire operation. The authors of this article concentrate on the design phase of the periodic employee assessment system. Many of the difficulties in achieving assessment system targets have their genesis in this phase of work. The objective of this article is to show the role and importance of the design phase in the success of the entire venture - the introduction and effective utilization of periodic employee assessment systems in economic practice. The authors have attempted to formulate the prime guidelines in implementing this phase as well as to make evaluating entities aware of the types of threats they should look out for and how they can be presented.
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